This is the podcast where each week we'll meet a guest who’ll help us pay attention to something we should know about, but maybe don’t. In this week's episode we’re talking about food waste; how much we're throwing away, why that's a problem, what we can do to save ourselves meals and money tips and tricks to turn your leftovers or scraps into delicious meals. Max La Manna is a zero waste chef, sustainability advocate, environmentalist and author. His debut cookbook 'More Plants Less Waste' was voted 2020's second most sustainable cookbook in the world, and he shares his tips and tricks to lower your waste output and recipes for exciting meals using food that might have otherwise been wasted on social media. If you want to learn more, here's where to find Max, and his recommendations: Instagram: @maxlamanna Twitter: @max_lamanna Website: maxlamanna.com Something to read: Tristram Stuart - Waste Something to watch: Netflix's ‘The Patriot Act' episode on 'How America is causing Global Obesity' Something to listen to: Dr Ayana Elizabeth Johnson's Podcast 'How to Save a Planet' Get involved and join in the conversation: Follow @gemmastyles and send in your messages and questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 12: More Plants Less Waste with Max La Manna
Worldchefs Podcast: World on a Plate
In this episode, Ragnar talks with Max La Manna, an award-winning zero waste chef and author. His debut cookbook More Plants Less Waste won the Gourmand award for the UK's Most Sustainable Cookbook in 2019 and placed 2nd in the world. He’s on a mission to reframe how we see food waste, one dish at a time. World on a Plate is supported by Nestlé Professional.
Max La Manna is the author of the new book: More Plants Less Waste, bridging the gap between vegan food and waste-free cooking. Max is on a mission to turn the tide on plastic waste while eating healthy, and saving money. His cookbook offers 80 recipes with stories and photos in between.
Talking Tastebuds with Melissa Hemsley, Rachel Ama, Max La Manna (LIVE in London)
All The Small Things
The Green Kitchen with Melissa Hemsley, Rachel Ama and Max La Manna, recorded LIVE at Life Lessons Festival In London.Gelong Thubten, A Monk’s Guide To Happiness: https://bit.ly/3d5Et3CMax La Manna: https://www.instagram.com/maxlamanna/Max’s book: https://bit.ly/33kBujuEpisode with Max: https://apple.co/2x2ufR4Melissa Hemsley: https://www.instagram.com/melissa.hemsley/Melissa’s new book: https://bit.ly/38WyeMqEpisode with Mel: https://apple.co/39Xn5vTRachel Ama: https://www.instagram.com/rachelama_/Rachel’s book: https://bit.ly/2vvFT6MEpisode with Rach: https://apple.co/2U6hFrKFind me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/venetiafalconerFind me on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2QgZEGcSign up to my Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gdU0U1Disclaimer:This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Talking Tastebuds with Jack Monroe + Max La Manna: Low-Waste Cooking On A Budget (Live At Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival)
All The Small Things
Jack Monroe is a best-selling cookery author, writer and activist. Her latest book Vegan-ish offers 100 simple low-budget recipes that don't cost the earth. Max La Manna is a zero waste vegan chef. His best-selling debut cookbook More Plants Less Waste was voted Best Sustainable Cookbook 2019 by Gourmand. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival.Find Jack: https://cookingonabootstrap.com/Find Jack's book: https://bit.ly/39Yi1qTFind Max: https://www.maxlamanna.com/Find Max's book: https://bit.ly/2VhNakVMentions:Olio Food Waste App: https://olioex.com/Oddbox: https://www.oddbox.co.uk/ A huge thank you to VivoLife for sponsoring this episode: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/I take their Vegan Omega 3, Vegan Vitamin D3 and B12 daily and I love THRIVE.Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is brought to you by Vivo Life! Use our code 'chickpeeps10' to get 10% off your order at vivolife.com! This week, The ChickPeeps are doing their darndest to learn about ways we can live a sustainably vegan life and who better to discuss that with than zero-waste vegan chef, sustainability advocate, environmentalist and author, Max La Manna! Max has inspired thousands of people across the world to reduce their food waste and this episode he shows Momo and Evy how practical and fun a zero-waste lifestyle can be, as well as surmising on some the weird and wonderful ways we can use repurpose everything from avocado pits to banana skins. Also on this episode... Max shares about his early forays into veganism and how to be a good closet vegan. How Max’s interest in zero waste living started by looking in his own fridge. How to use every last morsel of the avocado, though it may result in death! Max shares some unusual beauty tips for living in the wild. We’re already vegan - what else can we be doing to reduce our carbon footprint? Being a sustainable vegan in the city - what do we do if we can’t compost? What impact does reducing food waste in the home have? How do we get excited about adopting sustainable practices. Mindful practices for avoiding environmentalism fatigue - Max explains the 48 hour challenge he does every week to maintain a clear and positive mindset.! ChickPeeps Zero Waste Challenge - Momo is a sustainability queen while Evy outs herself as a recovering hedonist. Links: Follow Max La Manna on Instagram and Facebook. Check out Max's website. Buy More Plants, Less Waste. Max's favourite zero waste initiatives: OLIO, Too Good To Go and Oddbox. Social Media: Twitter: @ChickPeepsPod Instagram: @ChickPeepsPod Facebook: @ChickPeepsPodcast Momoko Hill: @oh_momoko Robbie Jarvis: @robbjarvis Tylor Starr: @tylorstarr Evanna Lynch: @msevylynch
Today I am joined by zero waste chef and environmental activist Max La Manna to talk all things food waste. Max is such a positive and passionate person who is making a real difference through his instagram and new book, inspiring so many of us to seek a more sustainable life. Max shared some really amazing tips for how to reduce food waste, how he found his passion and how we can make long term positive change. I hope you love listening to this episode, for the show notes visit madeleineshaw.com/episode36
Episode 37: Max La Manna on sustainability, zero waste and Elvis
the Balance podcast
Strap in for the nicest man ever: Max La Manna. This zero waste chef, sustainability advocate, environmentalist and author makes for funny, informative and utterly endearing company. His new book More Plants Less Waste is out now. Should you want to review and rate our podcast five stars, please know that we won’t be offended. You can also get in touch on email@example.com. For sales enquiries, firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to season 5 of Talking Tastebuds!This week’s guest is zero waste chef and author, Max La Manna. Max grew up in Connecticut in the US, with French and Italian immigrant heritage. He spent the early part of his twenties modelling and acting, but food was, is and always will be the constant feature. After working and cooking in a Michelin starred restaurant in New York, he turned his attention to cooking for intimate supper clubs and dinner parties, whilst sharing his passion for plant based, zero waste food on social media.Max’s utterly brilliant debut book More Plants Less Waste is a cookbook and low impact living manual, which is released on Thursday 22nd August in the UK and on 31st March 2020 in the US.Like what you heard? I’ll be interviewing Max again at Whole Foods Kensington on Wednesday September 4th at 1830. We'd love to see you! Tickets: http://bit.ly/2Mr1BPYFIND MAXMore Plants Less Waste: http://bit.ly/2Mr1BPYInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/maxlamanna/Website: https://www.maxlamanna.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
143. More Plants, Less Waste: How Your Plate Can Impact The Earth’s Fate! with Zero-Waste Advocate Max La Manna
The Party in My Plants Podcast
My guest today has zero time to waste on not taking action to better our planet earth. And this convo with Max La Manna will be a zero waste of your time. Max is a plant based chef and a pro at zero-waste living. He’s going on 600 days of producing no food waste! If his Instagram rallies and role modeling how to eat plants without plastic packaging doesn’t inspire you to start making small efforts to better the health of the planet, nothing will. And don’t worry, if you feel like “bah humbug I doubt MY small efforts even make any diff!” we cover that. Or if you feel like” could this zero waste lifestyle BE any more overwhelming?” we cover that too. I love, finally having a chat about how eating more plants is fantastic for even more than just our own inner health, and Max is so the man to give us the why and the how to start living a more sustainable green lifestyle NOW! Oh, and yes, we cover the situation with those freaking straws! Don’t procrastinate to hear: Simple tricks to cook environmentally-friendly food Greats ways to actually USE your food scraps How to do your part for the earth even if you live in a big city How to use your onions butts, apple cores, lemons peels and more Why stale bread actually isn’t a total goner Why making small changes in your kitchen does wonders for the earth Easy ways to destress the planet by tackling food waste in the kitchen And lots more! Links related to this episode: The full show notes with all the deets from this episode! Where to buy Four Sigmatic Shroom Products and save 15% with code: “PARTYINMYPLANTS” Try Thrive Market and get an EXTRA 25% off your first purchase AND a FREE 30 day trial & check out my favorite products Get my FREE #EATMOREPLANTS course! Where I’d much appreciate you leaving a review for the show in iTunes!! How to work 1-on-1 with me! Where you can go to submit a question for the show! Where you can go to suggest a guest (yourself or someone else) for the show! How to work 1-on-1 with me! Party in My Plants on Instagram Party in My Plants on Facebook Party in My Plants’ Cooking Videos on YouTube Audio Producer Of The Show - Oleksandr Hedz--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/partyinmyplantspodcast/message